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Location: Berlin, Germany
VPIphotonics is conducting in cooperation with PhoeniX Software a training on the computer-aided design of complex photonic components and integrated circuits. The workshop will address efficient techniques for circuit-level simulation and verification of heterogeneous PICs using VPIcomponentMaker Photonic Circuits and its toolkits, the creation of mask layouts using OptoDesigner, and how to seamlessly integrate and automatize both tasks.
Attendees will learn about the design process when creating complex photonic integrated circuits and optoelectronic applications. They will get acquainted with the software tools and learn about efficient modeling techniques. Various application cases will be discussed to illustrate the key design methodologies.
This hands-on 4-days training will take place on October 9-12, 2017 in Berlin, Germany.
The following topics will be covered during the training:
Modeling and design experts from VPIphotonics and PhoeniX Software will lead attendees through guided software demos, provide lectures on simulation methodologies and various application topics, and are available for questions and support during lab exercises.
The workshop is intended for up to 15 attendees. We will provide course material, computers and software licenses for the duration of the training.
For more information and registering please check out the VPI website.
Location: San Jose, USA
Struggling with integrating photonic ICs into package and system? Tired of making adjustments for layout implementation and simulation? As applications for photonic ICs expand, you need tools that integrate electronic and photonic design methodologies and apply them to packaging and systems. Join Cadence, Lumerical, and PhoeniX Software for one or both days of the Photonics Summit and Workshop on September 6-7 in San Jose, California. On day one, we’re featuring presentations from industry and academic experts that will help you tackle many of your design challenges. On day two, you will have the opportunity to learn hands on with photonics experts.
For designers who want to get to work, sign up for the hands-on workshop on day two to experience our system-level electronic and photonic design flow first hand. You’ll gain valuable insight on how to:
For more information, please check out the schedule.
Location: Cambridge, USA
Come join us at MIT this summer for a week of intensive short courses on integrated photonics: materials, devices, integrated photonic circuit design, chip fabrication and system applications.
The 2017 Summer Academy provides an introduction to integrated photonics and associated commercial applications in its manufacturing supply chain. Students ranging from beginners at the senior undergraduate level to faculty interested in starting an Integrated Photonics track at their schools will benefit. The content will specifically prepare professional engineers in the electronic and photonic hardware industries for use of the latest integrated photonic technology. Executives and technologists including planners, engineers, and scientists participating in the optical and electronic components technology supply chain will acquire a working knowledge of the field.
The AIM Photonics Summer Academy prepares attendees with the prerequisite skill set to take AIM’s online credentialing course offered in the fall of 2017 for design submissions to Multi-Project Wafer prototype runs at the AIM Photonics Institute’s fabrication facilities in Albany and Rochester, New York.
Location: Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
This hands-on training is the technical follow up to the SIMTAC event. In this training course hosted by Tsinghua University and supported by SIMTAC, you will get an overview of the latest status of the integrated photonics eco-system for the three major photonics technologies(SOI,InP,SiN).
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We have a full house for this training. Please contact us (email@example.com) to get more information for our next trainings.
INPHOTEC, Pisa, Italy
The aim of the courses promoted by the Integrated Photonic Technologies Center INPHOTEC of the Communication, Information and Perception Institute (TeCIP) of the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, in collaboration with the National Inter-University Consortium for Telecommunications (CNIT), is to strengthen skills in the design, fabrication and packaging of photonic integrated circuits.
In this training course hosted by PhoeniX Software, you will get an overview of the latest status of the integrated photonics eco-system for the three major photonics technologies: InP, silicon photonics and TriPleX (SiN). This overview will include the available design tools today and the importance of considering test and packaging in an early stage. The unique combination of lectures and hands-on training exercises will teach you how to perform circuit simulations, including fabrication tolerances, how to use a design library (PDK) for mask layout and how to set-up your own libraries in a structured way. PhoeniX Software tools (ASPIC, OptoDesigner) will be used for this purpose.
Everybody who wants to engage with integrated photonics and wants to learn more about design tools and strategies. This training is part of our Support Services to our customers
Conference-hotel Drienerburght, Enschede
20-24 February 2017 – 9:00 till 17:00
For more information and the schedule, please see the program.
Institute of Semiconductors of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
After the successful trainings in Eindhoven, JePPIX announces its first course in InP photonics in China. PhoeniX' representatives will give hands-on sessions about photonic chip design, using Process Design Kits and Design Rule Checking. For more information, please see the
Santa Clara, California
After the successful first PIC training last year, a second training on Photonic Integrated Circuits is being held in November 2016 at Tektronix in Santa Clara, California. The training is one-stop-shop and covers all the material systems, whether Silicon, InP-based, or dielectrics such as TriPleX (SiO2/Si3N4). The training is supported by a broad consortium of companies and is hands-on as well as in-depth. For more info, see the announcement on 7pennies.com.
Eindhoven University of Technoloy
JePPIX training takes place every year in Eindhoven University of Technology. This is a rare opportunity to not only study PIC design with the experts, get hands-on experience with various software tools, but also to study practical fab aspects and, ultimately, to get some of your designs built through our shared project runs. For more info, see the announcement on jeppix.eu.